Alaska: David Knoblauch '94

David Knoblauch '94 and his family took a trip to Anchorage,…

China: Tharon Howard, English professor, Wendy Howard '05, M '12, Xiaoli Li Ph.D. '11 and Wu Dan Ph.D. '10

Tharon Howard, English professor, and Wendy Howard '05, M '12…
Peter Galloway

In With the Old: Peter Galloway '08

In Galloway's spare time, he pores over history books, immersing…
Raven Magwood

What Would You Do: Raven Magwood '12

With a highly successful, multifaceted career, Magwood didn't…
Kristi Scruggs

Deadline Doctor: Kristine Vissage Scruggs '03

The year is 2030. The government has seized complete control…
Paul Steelman

Vegas Visionary: Paul Steelman '77

Before Steelman graduated from Clemson with an architecture…
Wade Crow and sons

Ring Story: Buried Treasure

When Wade Crow '69 lost his Clemson ring, he didn't think he…
Rupal Shah Antarctica

My Clemson: Rupal Shah M '07

When it comes to running marathons and following a career abroad, Rupal Shah M '07 is willing to go the distance.
Rowing on Lake Hartwell

Reunion Regatta

Clemson Crew celebrated its 30th anniversary by hosting a reunion…

View from Sikes

In These Hills

President James Clements

A Campus of Overachievers

President Clements reflects on the phrase “little old Clemson" and how Clemson students, faculty and staff, and alumni are exceeding expectations.
Clemson Undergraduate Student Government held the fifth annual Walk for Veterans on Saturday, April 6. Some 350 people participated. The event began at the President’s House with an address from Jim Clements at 10 a.m., followed by a one-mile walk at 11 that ended at the Scroll of Honor Memorial next to the football stadium. All proceeds benefit the scholarship endowment for Clemson student veterans. (Photo by Ken Scar)

Living Lives that Make a Difference

Clemson University has changed tremendously since its founding in 1889 as Clemson Agricultural College, an all-male military school with 446 students. But with all of our changes and growth, there are things about Clemson that have not changed, and I hope never will.

The View from Sikes: Building for the Future

I think of Clemson as a place that is always building. I’m…

A Transformative Place

In the midst of all the change, Clemson continues to be a transformative place for students.
Clemson President James P. Clements

The Value of a Life-Changing Education

I spent an energizing day at the South Carolina State House this spring with hundreds of Clemson advocates who gathered to learn about the University’s legislative agenda and to show support for keeping Clemson among the best universities in the nation.
Clemson President James P. Clements

Clemson Women Making a Difference

It wasn’t until 1955 that the first full-time degree-seeking female undergraduate students enrolled for classes. Since that time, the women of Clemson have been crucial to our success.

Building on Our Legacy of Undergraduate Excellence

More than 4,700 Clemson graduates walked across the stage in…

A national championship helps all of us win

Watching the Clemson Tigers win the school’s second football national championship was a moment we will never forget.

Setting a new bar for research and scholarship

As a public, land-grant institution, the responsibility to…

My Clemson


Lifelong Tigers

Clemson Football indoor practice facility

Indoor practice facility open for business

On Jan. 25, with the weather demonstrating the need for…
The Erwin Center

Erwin Center to support emphasis in advertising and communication

Thanks to a recent $1.05 million gift from Joe ’79 and Gretchen…
Emeritus College

Emeritus College celebrates 10 years of service

  Beyond the active faculty, staff and students found…
Automotive Engineering

Duke Energy helps fund workforce development initiative

A $4.11 million grant from Duke Energy to Clemson’s Center…
Vernon Burton

Burton contributes to history

History professor Vernon Burton was one of 10 historians…
Sassafras overlook

Architecture students install Sassafras Mountain overlook

From the summit of Sassafras Mountain, you can see Tennessee,…
Ali Rogers

Rogers named first-runner-up in Miss America competition

Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers is just as proud of Clemson…
Summer programs

Summer offerings span the state for students K–12

Opportunities abound this summer at Clemson for young people…
Field Scenario

University/military partnership benefits both

Units such as the U.S. Navy Reserve medical team that MaryBeth…

Clemson Forever

Landmarks | Legends

Cortney Carty McComiskey ’04

Travelers Fall 2019

Don't forget to pack your Tiger Rag!

France: Bill Bostic M '08

Bill Bostic M '08 worked his fourth year as a tire engineer at…

Italy: Allison Franke '09 and Kyle Franke '11

Allison Franke '09 and Kyle Franke '11 hiked the famous Path…

Turkey: Christopher Horton '84

Christopher Horton '84 traveled with friends to the archeological…

Travelers Summer 2019

Phil ’83, Ann ’87, Gracie ’19 and Wilson ’13 Scott…

Travelers Winter 2019

Mexico: Katherine Evatt '12, Ben Evatt '81 and Anne Madison…

Travelers Fall 2018

Catherine Myrick '91, Jenna Benson '19, Anne Miller Adams…
Alabama: Robert Bussmann '16, Michael Dolan '15 and Matt Koch '15

Travelers Summer 2018

Robert Bussmann '16, Michael Dolan '15 and Matt Koch '15, all…
Zack Geiger ’13 and Andy Burns ’15 took a three-day tour through the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, Morocco. The pair rode camels into the desert, snapping a picture on the sands with their Tiger Rag on the way to a nomadic campsite. “It was an exhilarating trip made all the more exciting by angry, spitting camels and our guide quitting on day two after a dispute with the driver. It truly was the trip of a lifetime,” Burns says.

Travelers Winter 2018

Zack Geiger ’13 and Andy Burns ’15 took a three-day tour through the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, Morocco.